Bei

Wat Leu, Sihanoukville, Cambodia, October 2015.  It was very peaceful at Wat Leu, located on a hill overlooking the port city of Sihanoukville. There were no tourists and no hassles, apart from the two boys on the left who followed me around, eventually asking me for some dollars. They were just trying to make a buck […]

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Samsen

Bangkok, Thailand, Oct 2015:  After a few months absence I’m back. The good news is I have a lot of new images and video coming soon after recently returning from travels in South East Asia. Here’s some sample street photos from the beginning, shot on my newly acquired Fujifilm X100s.  

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The Cres

Wellington, Jan 2012: Visited this infamous Wellington suburb two years ago, just as the demolition of 88 state houses had begun. The area had gained national attention due to Mongrel Mob gang members terrorising other residents, and their ensuing refusal to abide by eviction notices. As of last visit the proposed new state houses were […]

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Portals

New Zealand, Dec 2013: This series of abandoned railway tunnels, almost look like portals to another dimension…

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Portal

Wellington, NZ, November 2013: This 253 meter long former railway tunnel- constructed in the 1870’s- came to the end of it’s working life in 1955 when a replacement tunnel was opened. Apart from a bit of water seeping in through the cracks, it still seems in pretty sound order after all these years.

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Decrypt

Egypt, Dec 2005: Inspecting some ancient tombs on the westbank of the Nile- across from Aswan. They were completely off the tourist trail and not mentioned in any guidebooks. We eventually found a man who had keys to them and he let us in for a look- after a certain amount of “baksheesh” was paid. […]

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